Jason created his first business at fourteen, selling telecommunications and computer equipment in the Australian regional city of Toowoomba. In the lead up to this, he was inspired by books like The Pursuit of Wow! by Tom Peters, which opened his eyes to the power of customer and employee experience.
Jason tested and implemented strategies for improving experience in a variety of sectors, including telecommunications, retail, media, finance, automotive, health, and not-for-profit. He worked with companies including Telstra, Target Australia, Fairfax Media, New South Wales Government, SingTel Optus, and Volkswagen Group Australia, and he sat on the boards of ACON Health Limited and Oz ShowBiz Cares / Equity Fights AIDS.
A cornerstone of Jason’s career has been an unwavering commitment to improving the lives of customers and employees. During his time in the telecommunications industry, he implemented ideas for improving customer experience in a number of verticals by over 100 percent. In retail and media, his initiatives to improve efficiencies by focusing on customer and employee experience saved tens of millions of dollars in a matter of months and improved employee retention by double digits year on year. Additionally, he has led transformational programs resulting in tens of millions in revenue improvement.
So far you have read about how Jason is passionate about customers and employees, but it would be remiss not to mention that Jason has led transformations in everything from procurement functions to sales.
Jason has been in the ‘trenches’ consistently delivering transformative results – his ultimate passion is helping individuals and organisations, grow and achieve their goals.
Has won or led teams who have won these awards…and more.
Read Jason’s very first media interview about the business he started at just 14 years, where his passion for customers was evident at that young age.
Unlike many 14 year olds Jason started his first business, watch the video of him being interviewed by Australia’s leading coast-to-coast weeknight current affairs show, Network Nine’s A Current Affair.
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